Maclaggan Syndicate – 8% Yield, Government Tenant

August 22, 2019

    Erskine + Owen are proud to present this exciting opportunity in Dunedin. For NZ$100k (minimum) you will get exposure to a syndication offer that is a commercial building on a full site land parcel.   Investment Highlights   8.0% Cash Yield The Maclaggan Property Syndicate is offering a projected pre-tax cash return of…

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Buying Property As An Ex-pat

July 11, 2019

Having successfully worked in the Asian financial markets as a director of a UK listed securities company ICAP Plc and as the head of APAC Equities for 5 years in the Asia Pacific region, Toby relocated to Auckland with his NZ wife & three children. Toby is licensed as a Buyer’s Agent under the REAA…

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Capital Adequacy – What Is It & How Will it Affect the Market?

July 11, 2019

Capital adequacy is the Reserve bank telling banks that in tough financial times the capital they are holding on their balance sheet could be insufficient to weather a major economic event, such as we saw during the Global Financial Crisis. Adrian Orr is pushing that this needs to happen and the Reserve bank are currently…

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Hastings Commercial Syndication Yielding 7%

June 22, 2019

Investment Highlights The projected annual net operating cash flow return yield to LP’s is 7.0% A combined property of 1,693m2 only 300m from Hastings CBD Includes two fully tenanted buildings and 30+ carparks 301 Railway Road The 301 Railway Road main building comprises an early two storey residence estimated to have been constructed around 1920.…

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Directors Commentary -My Love Hate Relationship With My Rowing Machine

June 10, 2019

I have a love-hate relationship with my indoor rowing machine. I love it because I can stare at the monitor and precisely track my pace stroke by stroke and watch the metres tick down. And then at the end, the utter feeling of exhaustion – almost falling off the seat, but knowing I’ve just got…

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What Does The 2019 Budget Mean For Property Investment?

June 6, 2019

From a property perspective what was relevant in this years budget was the noticeable absence of anything specific for property. Certainly, Kiwibuild was not mentioned at all. Perhaps they think the job has been done to some extent: • The % of houses being sold to first home buyers is increasing – have first home…

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The NZ Property Purchase Process Explained

June 5, 2019

The process of buying a property in New Zealand is not complicated, but it is involved. Once you have found a property you wish to purchase, there are several steps in the process to secure it. It’s important to know what happens and when – so you can be confident and get it right. Plan…

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Regional Profile: Is Hawke’s Bay The Next Key Growth Area?

June 5, 2019

Recent articles on the property market have begun to turn their attention to Hawke’s Bay as a region of growing potential – and has even referred to it as ‘the new Tauranga’. It’s backed up by the stats:  Hawke’s Bay is experiencing higher-than-anticipated population growth.   “The region is experiencing some of the strongest house…

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A Guide To Buying Property From Offshore

May 8, 2019

We know what it is like trying to get things done here in New Zealand while sitting on the other side of the world. The internet is particularly good for property acquisitions – it’s graphic, you can see what you are buying, you can find plenty of information, and email is great for communication. However…

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No Capital Gains Tax

May 1, 2019

Three weeks ago, people were hesitating to make property investment decisions pending the government’s announcement on a Capital Gains Tax. I think most of us were expecting a CGT, at least on residential property – but there was nothing. Political genius, opportunism, planned? Call it what you want – Capital Gains Tax is essentially off…

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